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Discussion in 'Modelling' started by malasorte, Aug 7, 2011.

  1. malasorte

    malasorte Member

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    Hello


    Following the example of other peoplepassionate about this hobby here I will post pictures of my models.


    Begin with `BA-64 B ` manufactured byAER Moldova 1/35


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  2. belasar

    belasar Court Jester

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    Great start, look forward to the rest!
     
  3. malasorte

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    Very nice model! I don't think I've ever seen a photo of this tank in action...what kind of gun is that?
     
  6. Gebirgsjaeger

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    Nice models and nice crest of Bukovina.
     
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    great job malasorte! love the added detail
     
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    Those are sweet models and they look quite realistic with the mud
     
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    Nice modelling craftsmanship!
    Q: When the OT-134 grows up, will it become a KV-1?
     
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    A full grown OT-134 is a KV-8, a KV-1 is a voting age T-26.
     
  11. malasorte

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    Hello!


    Nowpresent VW type 82 K├╝belwagenmanufactured by Italeri.
    Theinstructions contain three options :
    1- Pz. Armee Oberkommando - Libya 1942
    2- Gren. Regiment 284 - Ukraina 1944
    3 - Pz. Divison H.G. - Italy 1944


    I chose the second option: Gren.Regiment 284- Ukraina 1944.
    View attachment 14789
     

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    Now introduce T-60 from Aeroplast (1:35)

    The T-60 tank of the 30th Guards Tank Brigade, Leningrad Front. 1943

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    Beautiful Collection some I never saw

    Tom
     
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    Great models your dried on mud looks really good!
     
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    RF 8-GAZ 98 Aerosan from Trumpeter 1:35 Scale Kit #02322[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    That is nice ! A long time agao, we had a thread on this Forum discussing the use of Soviet powered sleds in WWII.......
     
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    I know nothing...Is that ski thing for real...it existed? Or is it something made from star wars...Thats impressive...
     
  20. George Patton

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    Nice Aerosani model -- I never knew they had model kits of it.

    Odd looking thing, but yes, they were real. They were popular for reconnaissance and 'light raiding';

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerosani
     

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